The bucks don’t stop in the Eagle Ford, speakers say, but they certainly grow there.
The EIA forecasts U.S. oil output to rise, but at its lowest level since 2016. Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador follows through on promise to review oil contracts in Mexico. Tall City is back with a new private equity backer.U.S. firms expect to deliver LNG to Germany within four years.
The anticipated increases in fuel economy will keep diesel competitive with electric and other renewable sources.
n the Permian Basin, industry conditions can create a domino effect if something slips through the cracks. Securing power, supervising contractors and forecasting long-lead deliveries takes experience.
Canada’s abundant oil reserves make it a promising place for investment, but political hurdles and expansion issues must be addressed to fully tap into its potential.
The phasing out of the Federal Production Tax Credit will mean a decline in new wind projects and increased operating and maintenance on older assets.
The midstream market has evolved. Siemens evolved with it, to meet the emerging needs of pipeline operators globally.
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MLPs continue to be a tax-efficient business model for the midstream despite multiple challenges.